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stories of the day. >> i view this situation as one big lie. >> after years of denials, lance armstrong admits now to using performance-enhancing drugs to win his seven tour de france titles. we'll take a closer look at armstrong's interview with oprah winfrey and talk with experts about whether this admission is going to help or hurt the brand. >>> but first the deadly hostage situation in algeria. the army has freed some 650 people from islamist militants in a remolt oil field. moats of the freed are algerian. the u.s. is in the process right now of evacuating the americans and other foreign nationals of the rescue. >> as much as i would like to be out, some of our colleagues are safe for the moment. >> i feel safe for the moment. >> americans are believed to be among the missing still. this is day three of the bloody siege. the effort to rescue remaining hostages. i want to bring in vlad, we understand this is happening in various locations near the plant. >> reporter: so the large scale operations to rescue the hostages from the gas plant in eastern algeria has ended but there is st
. >>> tonight on "nightline," an american icon's shattering confession. lance armstrong coming clean about the lies that could cost his reputation, millions, and his live strong empire. >>> heartbreak or hoax? the tragic romance that never was. the curious case of a college football star and his fake online girlfriend. tonight, was he duped or did he know? >>> and a dramatic rescue mission for american hostages held by terrorists in north africa. we have the latest as some of the missing make their way home. >>> from new york city, this is "nightline" with bill weir. >> good evening, thanks for staying up late with us tonight. well, a cancer survivor wins the most grueling race in the world seven times clean. it's the kind of story we want to believe in, right? well, tonight brought confirmation from lance armstrong that on the contrary, he was really a cheating, lying bully who spent years destroying the lives of anyone who dared speak the truth about his fraudulent fame. there was a time when such a man would be put in stocks in the public square for neighbors to spit on, but the modern
the fraud. after years of denial, lance armstrong finally admits to lying and doping throughout his cycling career. >> i've use d this situation as one big lie. that i repeated a lot of times. >> and he admits to bullying ne who tried to expose him. this morning, armstrong's former teammate, and the head of his charity, react in exclusive live interviews. >>> not adding up, new details come out about the hoax surrounding notre dame football star manti te'o and new questions over how he didn't know his girlfriend never existed. when will the truth come out? >>> and new term, new do. first lady michelle obama changes up her hairstyle with a bang as the final preparations are being made in washington to host the president's second inaugural "today," friday, january 18th, 2013. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> and good morning. welcome to "today" on a friday morning. i'm matt lauer. >> good morning, everyone. i'm savannah guthrie. this is a confession years in the making. did you watch lance ar
with lance armstrong? >> well, i think the thing that's been unanswered that lance armstrong needs to do is am i human? do i have a heart in my chest? do i have actual warm blood coursing through my veins? this was a disaster of both form and content. in terms of form, lance armstrong came across as being cold, calculating, emotionless, particularly when he spoke about the lives that he has affected and the lives he has hurt. in terms of content, i mean, this was the part that really floored me. i thought beforehand, lance armstrong had a difficult task because he needed to do two things simultaneously. he needed to show the united states anti-doping agency that he was willing to play ball with them, that he was willing to be repentant. and he needed to get across to the american people that he felt sorry, that he felt bad about what he did in order to restore his reputation. he really did neither of those things. he rejected the core of the anti-doping agency report that he bullied other riders into doping. that he led a ring of bikers who doped in the sport. yet, at the same time, he a
substances oblood dope? >> yes. >>> that's a stoic seeming lance armstrong trying to salvage what's left of his reputation and stage another comeback. he tells some of the truth, at least, to oprah slowly. good morning. this is "way too early," the show that believes for every banned substance there's an unbanned one that's just as good. thanks for getting up with us early this friday, january 18th. a lot to cover today, including the ongoing hostage situation in the middle of the sahara desert. there's an unspecified number of americans that remain held there after a failed rescue attempt. >>> plus, we have a spanking new nbc news/wall street journal poll. this is fresh terrain for gun control advocates. the question is, will poll numbers affect the issue. >>> first, one of the longest running lies in the history of sports is now at least partially over. there's no doubt that lance armstrong's remarkable journey of comeback and triumph was a fraudulent fairy tale. in that interview with oprah winfrey aired last night, the disgraced seven-time tour de france winner confessed repea
and actress angie harmon. friday, january 18th. "starting point" begins right now. >>> lance armstrong comes clean after years of lying. he admits he used performance enhancing drugs to win all seven of his tour de france titles. he admitted he consistently lied about doping and recklessly attacks his accusers, the interview on own began with a series of yes or no questions. >> let's start with the questions that people around the world have been waiting for you to answer. and for now, i'd like a yes or a no, okay? this whole conversation, we have a lot of time, will be about the details. yes or no. did you ever take banned substances to enhance your cycling performance? >> yes. >> yes or no, was one of those banned substances epo? >> yes. >> did you ever blood dope or use blood transfusions to enhance your cycling performance? >> yes. >> did you ever use any other banned substances, like testosterone, cortizone, or human growth hormone? >> yes. >> yes or no. in all seven of your tour de france victories, did you ever take banneded substances or blood dope? >> no. >> in your opinion, was it
minutes to get more details. now, though, keeping them honest. lance armstrong's riveting but incomplete confession. incomplete and many say other things as well, some say calculating, cocky, and cruel. whatever you call it, his effort continues as oprah winfrey runs the second installment of hir interview with the disgraced tour de france winner. after the interview, we'll have another edition of "360." this portion expected to deal with his betrayal of live strong. some people are less than happy with his confession so far. people he targeted for telling the truth when he was still lying. >> this is a guy who used to be my friend who decimated me. he could have come clean. he owed it to me. he oweds it to the sport that he destroyed. >> her husband used to ride with lance armstrong. she's going to join us later tonight, and again, will be reacting instantly to what she hears from armstrong. last night, she said armstrong dropped the ball, that he owed to her and her husband frankie to come clean. when he was lying, they were telling the truth, and he tried to destroy them, what she rea
. >> after shaming and even suing his accusers lance armstrong comes clean, where the lies end and the truth begins. - that stu >> last thing she said to me was i love you. >> he was inspired by a stanford student who died of cancer, only that student was a hoax. the tangled web of lies surrounding a college football star and a fake cardinal. woman who had to f >> reporter: can you explain what happened? >> and then there is the san jose woman who fought off a kidnapper to protect her 2-year- old daughter. only that never happened either. so what happens when you lie to police? good evening. i'm elizabeth cook. >> i'm ken bastida. >>> after years of denying it he finally admitted to the dirty truth. tonight during an interview with oprah lance armstrong said he cheated to gain the upper hand to win seven tour de france titles. cbs5 reporter juliette goodrich watched the interview and tells us how armstrong justified years of cheating to himself. juliette? >> ken, part one tonight, it was a 90 minute interview. the conditions of the interview, that there were no conditions. right out the gat
performance? >> yes. >> lance armstrong and the one big lie. >> this is too late. that's my fault. i view this situation as one big lie. that i repeated a lot of times. >> the fallout and the fury from the people around armstrong. >> you owed it to me lance, and you dropped the ball, after what you've done to me, what you've done to my family, and you couldn't own up to it, and now we're supposed to believe you? >> this morning, what happens next? is lance armstrong done for good? >>> also ahead, hostage crisis, the fate of americans deep in the sahara desert, unclear this morning. >> this incident will be resolved we hope with a minimum loss of life. >> today, tales of terror from those who escape. >> duct tape over his mouth and his hands tied. >> we're live with the latest. >>> and one-on-one with robert redford and the sundance festival he created. >> it was so big, it became almost like frankenstein's monster in a good way. >> we sit down with the film legend and talk hollywood, guns, and obama's road ahead. >> what would you like to see him do in this second four years? >>> we're sl
. we'll be back at midnight with the latest on lance armstrong's confessional with oprah winfrey. "anderson cooper" starts now. >>> it's 10:00 eastern time. we begin with breaking news on lance armstrong. after years of lying about using performance-enhancing drugs, after suing some, threatening others and ruining the careers of many who tried to expose his lies, the dethroned seven-time tour de france winner has changed his tune. he calls his whole experience, quote, one big lie, and says all the blame lies with him. he spoke, obviously, with oprah winfrey, taped a 2 1/2-hour interview which began airing tonight on her network own. the encounter began with oprah asking him rapid fire questions. the stakes got higher, the tension rose. take a look. >> did you ever take banned substances to enhance your cycling performance? >> yes. >> yes or no, was one of those epo? >> yes. >> did you ever blood dope or use blood transfusions to enhance your cycling performance. did you ever use any other banned substances like testosterone, cortisone or human growth hormone? >> yes. >> yes or no
legend lance armstrong admits to oprah winfrey he cheated his way to a record seven tour de france titles. >> yes or no. did you ever take banned substances to enhance your cycling performance? >> yes. >> yes or no. was one of those banned substances epo? >> yes. >> did you ever blood dope or use blood transfusions to enhance your cycling performance? >> yes. >> will speak to sportswriter dave zirin, author of, "game over: how politics has turned the sports world upside down." as the fourth anniversary of roe v. wade approaches, we look at how antitrust legislation over the years has criminalize pregnancy, leaving hundreds of women to be forced to undergo unwanted medical procedures and locked up in jail or mental institutions all because there were pregnant? all that and more coming up. this is "democracy now!," democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. at least 22 foreign hostages remain unaccounted for in algeria in what is described as one of the biggest international hostage crises in decades. on thursday, an algerian forces stormed a gas complex in the sahara dese
costello. we begin with a bit of breaking news, lance armstrong takes another hit as the international olympic committee strips him of his bronze medal. he took third place in the men's road cycle individual time trial at the 2000 olympics in sidney, australia. the ioc is asking armstrong to return the medal. the disgraced cyclist competed in the 1996 games in atlanta. the doping scandal that now surrounds armstrong could bring down the sport of cycling in olympic games. cycling may be pulled from the games if the scandal implicating top cycling officials inside the international cycling union, the sports' governing body. more on armstrong's latest trouble in a live report from austin, texas. >>> to another developing story this morning in north africa, in algeria, where the fate of several americans remains unknown. they were taken hostage yesterday during an attack by islamic militants. happened at a gas field owned partly by bp. two people have been killed, and there are reports this morning that some of those hostages have escaped. defense secretary leanne pa net leon panetta not m
seven times in a row? >> not in my opinion. >> lance armstrong finally confirming what so many people suspected. a lot of people actually knew that the man whose back from cancer story made him a hero to so many around the world, in a word, bicycling's best known villain. a question many were asking tonight is, why is armstrong finally coming clean? >> for 13 years, you didn't just deny it. you brazenly and defiantly denied everything you just admitted just now. so why now admit it? >> that's the best question. that's the most logical question. i don't know that i have a great answer. i will start my answer by saying that this is too late. it's too late for probably most people. and that's my fault. you know, i view this situation as one big lie. >> one big lie. he said he didn't invent the culture of doping but he didn't try to stop it. a fairly breathtaking admission about what he did to be the best individual cyclist of his time. armstrong also led a team. he's been accused of running it like tony soprano, forcing others to cheat the way he was cheating. oprah asked him about that.
on "world news now," lie strong. we finally get to hear lance armstrong's confession as he tells oprah winfrey and the world why he doped. >> he used the interview to describe himself as a flawed character. it is friday, january 18. >> from abc news, this is "world news now." i'm john muller in for rob nelson. >> and i'm paula faris. we're going to get part two of lance armstrong's admission tonight, what he said on night one in just a moment. were you surprised at all? >> no, it was such a buildup to him, the interview that you pretty much figured he was going to say what he said. but i am surprised he did come clean. you dig yourself that big a hole, you might as well lie in it. >>> also, the latest on the fate of the americans caught up in that kidnap drama in algeria. >>> and waking up on the operating table, but unable to speak. this is horrible. the surprising number of patients it's happened to and what can be done to prevent it. >> i can't imagine being in that situation where you can feel anything and you can't tell them that you can feel everything. >>> and then puppy power p
>>> good morning. it's friday, january 18th, 2013. welcome to "cbs this morning." lance armstrong tells oprah he didn't think doping was cheating. we'll talk with his former teammate and scott pelley looks at what armstrong left out of his confession. >>> chaos and bloodshed in the sahara desert. >> the manti te'o hoax gets more confusing. we're at notre dame this morning. plus we'll ask james brown if te'o's nfl future is in jeopardy. >> but we begin this morning's "eye opener", your world in 90 seconds. >> in all seven tour de france victories, did you ever take banned substances or blood dope? >> yes. >> lance armstrong confesses to a career of doping and deceit. >> i mean it's just this mythic perfect story and it wasn't true. >> did it feel wrong? >> no. scary. >> it was cold. it was calculating. it was like he did everything but pick his teeth. >> after what you've done to me, done to my family, now we're supposed to believe you? >> sources in algeria say a united states aircraft has arrived to evacuate americans. >> there's still problems here. how many americans have escap
of the day responses. >> we asked now that lance armstrong confessed to the doping are you likely to forgive him for living? >> yes, i forgive lance armstrong. he was doping because everyone else was. lance is a hero because he won seven tour de france races. >> tom says i do not forgive armstrong. if he would have told the truth the first time under oath, i would have. he is a liar and cheater. >> jane says it is up to lance to ask forgiveness of god. public forgiveness shouldn't be a concern. >> have a great weekend. take care, folks. >>gretchen: good morning everybody. tgif. it's friday. it's january 18, 2013. i'm gretchen carlson. i hope you're going to have a great day. >>> f-15's called in to escort an american passenger plane after reports a hijacker could be on board. >>brian: it's the question we've been waiting to hear an answer to: >> yes or no. did you ever take banned substances to enhance your cycling performances? >> yes. >>steve: what does lance armstrong have to say about himself now? those answers straight ahead. >>brian: another question: where do you find oprah's network
campus south bend, indiana tonight. manti te'o was silent tonight. lance armstrong has suffered another set back. just when you thought he had no more to lose. he has lost something else. something he picked up while the whole world was watching him on that bike. the details coming up tonight on "the fox report." for some people this is just pigskin and thread. but for most of us it represents something more. it's the time of year that we have all waited for. when we sit on the edge of our seats for four quarters. it represents players reaching a childhood dream. the biggest stage there is in sports. a time when legacies are made. where a magical play can happen every snap, and you remember exactly where you were when it does. watch every moment of super bowl xlvii live on nfl mobile. bringing the big game to you when every play matters... verizon. call star-star nfl to download nfl mobile from verizon. a. alright, another one just like that. right in the old bucket. good toss! see that's much better! that was good. you had your shoulder pointed, you kept your eyes on your target. let's
from the giants. >> we are asking on "katie" are we a nation of cheaters starting with lance armstrong and the doping admission, and our tax runs, has cheating become our national pastime? or has it always been this way and now it is harder to find? america's cheating epidemic. we will talk about that today >> welcome back on friday morning. new developments in the hostage situation in algeria. cnn reports that the united states air force is evacuating hostages from the b.p. gas complex in algeria where a battle has been going on for two days. algerian officials say special forces killed 18 of the islamic militant kidnappers. six people from the plant have been killed and five americans have reportedly escaped. we got word this morning from the associated press algerian state news says 60 foreign hostages are unaccounted for and negotiations have resumed. >> new worries. the battery maker behind boeing 787 dreamliner supplies batteries to nasa. >> a new reason to be less worried of those airport scanners. jane king has the bloomberg business report. >> good morning, the body scanners a
does lance armstrong have to say about himself now? those answers straight ahead. >>brian: another question: where do you find oprah's network on your cable dial? how do you make a tractor race more exciting? you grab your pig. "fox & friends" starts now. >>gretchen: oh, my goodness, is that somebody snoring? or somebody snorting? >>steve: it's the pig. >>gretchen: why are we playing that? >>brian: this reminds steve when you were brought up in the future farmers association. >>steve: brian's cold open was grab your pig. first let's be straight up with you. we this morning are on performance-enhancing coffee. we started early. at this hour you've got to do it. >>gretchen: i thought you were talking about the birthday party i was at last night where we were on performance-enhancing other things. but i'll take some of that. >>brian: i got permission to stay up late because it was a school night. i asked ahead of time. so i was able to watch oprah's network. >>steve: where is it? what channel is it? channel 1? >>brian: it was 180 on my dial. so i find it and oprah used the opportunit
recounts his escape. >>> and on the night lance armstrong's confession is set to air, a sports writer who believed him until the very bitter end comes "outfront." >>> i'm erin burnett. good evening, everyone. "outfront" tonight, we have breaking news on the hostage crisis. a fast-developing story tonight. here the latest that we know. we now know that some americans have been freed, but others are still unaccounted for in algeria. a senior american official just confirms to cnn that the operation seems to have ended for the night, but it is not over. and i wanted to quote what this official told us here at cnn. quote, there are still hostages and there are still terrorists, so tomorrow is another day. the algerian press service reports numerous casualties in the operation. the exact number, still unknown right now. and a lot of questions already are coming from the united states about the algerian government's tactics in the operation that could have put the hostages in jeopardy. now, we also want to let you know that right now, there's a chartered flight en route of bp employees from alg
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. >> after a decade of deception, lance armstrong admitting his story of success was, in his words, one big lie. it's friday, january 18. >> from abc news, this is "world news now." >> good morning. i'm john muller in for rob nelson. >> and it is friday. >> friday. we made it. tgif. >> yes. armstrong said he was driven to cheat by a ruthless desire to win, saying it never felt wrong, he never felt bad about what he was doing and still didn't seem to be terribly contrite during that confession with oprah. we'll have the complete confession in a moment. first, a look at some of the other stories we're following. including escape from algeria. five americans held hostage by terrorists. they're now safe. but for others, the danger is not over. a lot of questions as to how many people remain, how many were taken to begin with. so definitely a situation that continues to evolve. >> very fluid situation there. >>> also ahead, changing the meaning of home. the new nontraditional way which homes are growing and families are expanding. >> fascinating. especially for those that are thinking about taki
't believe a word he says. the heels of the lance armstrong thing, big fat liars. we believed the lance armstrong story a long time. you know why? i did because he denied it over and over again. he kept winning. ron -- and he beat cancer. >> yeah. >> cancer is the thread here hey, ron. how are you doing? >> good. how are you. >> what do you think? >> to peter point first with the high school heismann trophy. it amazes me they are named before the college football season starts which begins that process of. >> we know who the can datas are. >> bill: really? >> yeah >> caller: then to the whole point they were talking about, it just stretches the bounds of beliefability. you want to give the guy the benefit of the doubt, but the more that comes out, it just stretches the bounds of believable abilitity will this work against him or will they go on his playing ability? what do you think? >> for the nfl, they will go on his playing ability. the nfl won't care. >> there are some real scound realized in the nfl. >> michael vick? >> someplacing in the nfl, they
, lance armstrong admitted to lying about using performance-enhancing drugs. >> he told oprah winfrey he began doping in the mid 1990s but insisted he stopped in 2005 before his comeback four years later. chip reid has the highlights from armstrong's confession. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, nora and charlie. after years of defiantly denying doping charges, armstrong admitted not only did he use performance-enhancing drugs throughout his cycling career he considered it part of his job. kind of like his regimen, like putting air in his bike tires or filling up his water bottle. >> i view this situation as one big lie. that i repeated a lot of times. >> reporter: lance armstrong told the world last night exactly how he cheated his way to seven tour de france titles. in an interview with oprah winfrey, he laid out his cocktail of choice blood transfusions, testosterone and the blood booster, epo. >> it did not even feel wrong. >> no. scary. >> he said he kept up the lie for more than a decade because he was caught up in his own legacy. the american hero.
. the families will move in in the last few weeks of april. >>> next at 5:00, a different side to lance armstrong. why the disgraced cyclist became emotional in part two of his interview with oprah winfrey. >>> and we will show you what notre dame linebacker manti teo is saying. >> there are some dangerous continues today for the beach and a preview of the maverick surf contest. >>> good evening, we talked about the high surf all week. today the surf got up to about ten feet. expect it to crest by 20, 30 feet by tomorrow and warm conditions. we will talk more about how warm it will be for your sunday coming up. >>> on the eve of the maverick surf contest, dangerous surf and strong riptides are forcing surfers out of the water. a number of surfers were caught in the riptides this afternoon and the coast guard responded to the scene. monte francis is at ocean beach with an update. hopefully they're okay, monte. >> that is the good news. they are all okay. we have a car horn going off here, we apologize for that. total of six surfers, they got into some kind of distress here today. the good news, th
dead. >>> and lance armstrong's most personal moments yet, in part two of his confession to oprah. he talks about disgrace and shame. and he starts to cry when asked what he told his son. >> i said, don't defend me anymore. >> this morning, a former teammate and friend is in our studio with the first reaction to armstrong's most emotional comments yet. is he still lying? > >>> it is a very, very busy news morning. including two stories from the world of sports. lance armstrong finally showing emotional. and the first interview with manti te'o. jere jeremy shaf speaking with te'o. >> a very candid interview. >>> also this morning, new developments in the racy scandal involving a zuma dance teacher. we'll hear from her business partner, just days before it goes to court. >> it rocked that small town in maine. >>> and check out this video. it's a firefighter climbing to rescue a child in a burning wilding. a chunk of snow knocks him off the ladder. we'll show you what happened next. it was extraordinary. >>> we're going to start with the breaking news on the harrowing hostage situation i
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for cancer research since it was started by lance armstrong back in 1997. it helped 2 1/2 million people with cancer worldwide and immediately after last night's interview the foundation releasing this statement, and i'm quoting here, even if the wake of our disappointment, we also expressed gratitude for lance as a survivor for the drive, devotion and spirit he brought to serving cancer patients and the entire cancer community. we should point out that fox news channel is sitting down this morning with an exclusive interview with a current livestrong board member with reaction to last night's interview. we'll have that for you throughout the day here on fox news, martha. martha: that will be interesting. casey, thank you very much. >> reporter: yeah. bill: kind of had to do it at some point. i don't think he gets lawyers off his back. they will still pursue him especially the department of justice. armstrong's career, seven-time tour de france winner. that what a streak that was. in 2002 "sports illustrated" called him the sportsman of the year. he won a bronze medal at the 2000 olympic
. find out what they mean by that. >>> plus, between the manti te'o hoax and lance armstrong's confession, should washington be concerned? i know you're saying, what? i'm going to talk with the national journal columnist and says the athletes give voters two more excuses not to trust politicians. we'll connect the dots. >>> and you can join our conversation on twitter. you can find us. [ male announcer ] how do you measure happiness? by the armful? by the barrelful? the carful? how about...by the bowlful? campbell's soups give you nutrition, energy, and can help you keep a healthy weight. campbell's. it's amazing what soup can do. humans. even when we cross our t's and dot our i's, we still run into problems. namely, other humans. at liberty mutual insurance, we understand. that's why our auto policies come with accident forgiveness if you qualify, where your rates won't go up due to your first accident, and new car replacement, where, if you total your new car, we give you the money for a new one. call... to talk to an insurance expert about everything else that comes standard with our b
in the making. did you watch lance armstrong interview? >> i have to say i did. and even though we all expected, we all thought we knew what we were going to hear, when you heard those blunt answers to direct questions, it was still somewhat startling. >> a lot of people had been waiting to hear what armstrong would say, the disgraced cyclist using everything from human growth hormone to testosterone. maybe not the answer some people wanted to hear. >> for years, cyclist tyler hamilton, that man right there, accused armstrong of doping and he faced armstrong's fury as a result. we'll find out what he thinks after watching the interview. >>> later in the show, the question everyone is asking, can the livestrong charity go on? we'll ask the ceo. >>> have you noticed you didn't make quite as much as you did before the new year came? of course, you are not alone. what is behind this sudden cut in pay and give you ideas of what you could do to offset that loss. >>> the story we hope will bring a smile to your face. what folks in one city are doing to boost the spirits of random strangers. >> great s
of lance armstrong's public confession to years of cheating, doping and lying to the whole world about it. armstrong began to break down when he talked about his family. abc's neal karlinsky has been all over this story from the very beginning and joins us with more. neal, in many ways, this seemed to be the more compelling of the two interviews. >> reporter: it certainly was. good morning, bianna. over the course of two nights there was plenty of evidence that armstrong's ability to lie is still on display. but there was one moment when the person behind the attitude and the image broke through. >> incredible. unbelievable. >> reporter: when you peel away all the lies, the cheating, the cover-ups and bullying, lance armstrong is also a father. and that's side of this complicated and deeply-flawed man revealed the betrayal to his family. >> when this all started, i saw my son defending me and saying, that's not true. what you're saying about my dad is not true. i told luke, i said -- i said, don't defend me anymore. >> reporter: it was a painful glimpse into a man who apologized repeatedl
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